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survey releas by "workingother" magazine, more than two milln divorced wom in the united states do not haverimary physic custody otheir children. and of the fathers who seek primary custody n divorce, about half are granted it. due to theconomic downtn, the number of mr. moms is on the rise, as mormen are laid o than women. when it cos to marital finances, one every four wives earns more than r husband, copared to one in fe 20 years ago. this results imore women paying child suppo and alimony. some experts say as re fathers opto care for eir kids full-time and the social vieof parenting continues to shift, the percenta of fathers with primary custody will likely increase. so karen crnecki, is this good orad for working motrs? >> i think it's horble for working motrs. i'm very surprised t hear this is happeni with ireasing frequency. i think women areeld to aery diffent parting standards men a. even i both are in the workplace, womentill have to come homend cook and cle and makeure that hework is done. i thi there's a diroportionate bden on women either way. i think this is going t
than two million divorced women in the united states do not have primary physical custody of their children. and of the fathers who seek primary custody in divorce, about half are granted it. due to the economic downturn, the number of mr. moms is on the rise, as more men are laid off than women. when it comes to marital finances, one in every four wives earns more than her husband, compared to one in five 20 years ago. this results in more women paying child support and alimony. some experts say as more fathers opt to care for their kids full-time and the social view of parenting continues to shift, the percentage of fathers with primary custody will likely increase. so karen czarnecki, is this good or bad for working mothers? >> i think it's horrible for working mothers. i'm very surprised to hear this is happening with increasing frequency. i think women are held to a very different parenting standard as men are. even if both are in the workplace, women still have to come home and cook and clean and make sure that homework is done. i think there's a disproportionate bur
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